Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Sunday, 12 young people [7 boys and 5 girls], among the 163 scholarship students, which were in Universities in Senegal to continue their studies, are returned home after completing their studies. They were greeted on arrival by Ms. Valiollah St. Louis, Sports director of the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Civic Action.
Dark history of peacekeeper...
The lifeless body of a policeman Rwandans, the Sergeant Aloys Nsengiyumva, was discovered on 23 September 2012, behind the former Uruguayan military camp. Recall that on September 19, the Sergeant Nsengiyumva had fatally shot his comrade, the ergeant Hassan Bisangwa before fleeing. Since he was actively sought. The two policemen died were part of the Formed Police Unit (FPU) of Rwanda. The survey seeks to determine the circumstances of the incident of 19 September and the death of Sgt Nsengiyumva.
200 young people from Cité Soleil, Work for the environment
On the occasion of the International Day of Peace, 200 young people from marginalized neighborhoods of the metropolitan area, beneficiaries of a program of vocational training in the building trades have planted Friday some 400 ornamental plants and fruit trees in an area vulnerable of Cité Soleil, Port-au-Prince. These shrubs, once mature, will bear fruit, to help retain the often strong winds and the rainwater, thus refreshing the air of wharf. hey will also be a "symbol of peace," said one of the young participants.
Equipment for the Forensic Center of Gonaïves
Officials of the Justice Section of the Minustah in the Artibonite handed, furniture to the Administration of the Emergency hospital of Gonaïves, intended to the Forensic Centre of Department. The delivery closed thus the provision of equipment of four rooms of the Centre, began on July 9, and which includes thirty chairs, computers, filing cabinets, photocopiers and printers. The Centre of Forensic of Gonaïves is installed in a prefabricated building constructed by the Mission through its support to the strengthening of Haitian institutions.
Daniel Supplice in New York
The Ministry of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) informs that the Minister Daniel Supplice is traveling to New York from 24 to 29 September 2012. During his trip to the United States, Daniel Supplice will meet with representatives of the Haitian community as well as entrepreneurs of the U.S. agribusiness whose the Vice President of the Kellogg Foundation Mr. James McHale.